Wiretap Evidence Allowed In NJ Mayor's Corruption Case

Law360, New York (November 22, 2013, 9:33 PM EST) -- Trenton, N.J., Mayor Tony Mack lost a bid to suppress wiretap evidence on Thursday, after a judge in the mayor's federal corruption case ruled that investigators had ample suspicion of wrongdoing to warrant their surveillance.

U.S. District Court Judge Michael A. Shipp handed down an order Thursday refusing to invalidate the evidence which was challenged as part of an omnibus motion, according to a report in the Times of Trenton. Mack, along with co-defendants Joseph A. Giorgianni and Ralphiel Mack, the mayor's brother, argued that investigators...
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